ZANESVILLE, Ohio- “Pokemon Go” combines the digital and real world together by using a cellphones GPS and clock to detect where you are in the game and make Pokemon “appear” around you on your phone screen.
As you move around, different types of Pokemon will appear on your screen for you to be able to catch using “Pokeballs”.
The idea is to encourage folks to travel around the real world to catch Pokemon in the game.
CROOKSVILLE, OH- Perry County Sheriff William Barker is confirming that a recent armed robbery at the Southside Carryout in Crooksville is linked to two armed robberies in Zanesville.
Sheriff Barker said that a man is currently in custody at the Zanesville City Jail, who is believed to be involved in the armed robbery at the Southside Carryout on Sunday. The sheriff also confirmed that the two armed robberies that occurred at the Certified Gas Station and Moto Mart in...
Zanesville senior Devyn Bonner signed a national letter of intent Tuesday afternoon to continue her basketball career at Alderson Broaddus University.
Bonner capped off her season season scoring over 1,000 points for her career and was selected to this year's Muskingum Valley-Licking County all-star game as well as the North-South game. Bonner was named this season's ECOL Scarlet Division player of the year and was a second team All-Ohio selection.
The Zanesville Police Department is investigating a stabbing incident. It happened Thursday night just after 9:00 p.m. in the 1000 block of Brandywine Boulevard. Detective Sergeant Harry Taylor says officers were called to an apartment complex in connection to a fight. When police arrived they found that a stabbing had occured at that location. Taylor says a 31-year-old male suffered multiple stab wounds and was taken to the hospital. A 51-year-old...
Zanesville senior wrestler and football standout Drew Hoskinson has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his wrestling career at Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio. This will be the inaugural season for the Gray Wolves and will compete as an NAIA program.
Hoskinson had quite a creer at Zanesville, including a heavyweight ECOL title in 2015. Hoskinson was joined by his family, friends and coaches.
Zanesville running back De'Aunte Goins is officially going to be a collegeiate athlete next season at Hocking College. The senior made it official yesterday at Zanesville High School.
Hocking College is a junior college in Nelsonville, Ohio and competes in the NJCAA Division 12. This is just one of the accomplishments for the senior running back. Earlier this year, he was awarded the Art Teynor Award.
During the ceremony, Goins was joined by his family,...